The current health and economic crisis is testing every one of us. The way that organizational leaders, coworkers, customers and you cope with this unprecedented source of stress affects everyone. Our response can either lighten or compound pre-existing interpersonal challenges; create more stress or reduce it. We are here to help you and your team apply a two-pronged approach to reduce heightened stress of interpersonal challenges and restore engagement.
Peace of Mind at Work workshops help managers and staff reduce the stress of interpersonal challenges. They show your team how to restore focus and engagement by applying a two-pronged method. Leadership can use this method to gain management skills. Participants learn how to leverage private coping skills that are 100% in their control.
Our programs are for your managers and staff who work together regularly through video conferencing or in-person with colleagues, customers, and clients for more hours in the day than they spend relaxing at home. They show participants how to restore a sense of well-being after stressful reactions to situations like challenging coworkers and demanding clients, and when there is self-induced stress.
Although we might not admit it out loud, situations out of
our control can hurt our sense of personal value. After a perceived offense:
Our workshops help associates:
We empower participants by demonstrating a two-pronged approach showing how to
In addition, your team members can leave our workshops with personalized action plans they can apply immediately.
Management focused workshops are available to help leaders bring out the best in others when they mindfully communicate in a way that motivates, and one approach does not fit all. This audio excerpt highlights the wisdom of using different tactics. Jeanne Belmonte, founder of Peace of Mind at Work workshops, is the presenter.
"I was really pleased with how the workshops went. You did a wonderful job with our staff and a great job of presenting the topic so that everyone could understand, and that is not always easy to do." Annie Turner, Executive Director, Food for Others
“Those seeking career trajectory and more peace of mind will greatly benefit by reflecting on the wisdom and activating the two-pronged method. The presenter delivers each point on target with engaging warmth and humor.” Dennis, Financial Institution Consultant
"I had great feedback on your interactive presentation! The topic is so relevant these days. You were very poised, approachable and friendly." Peggy James, Executive Director, Vienna Business Association